This 25-foot-wide brick townhouse is set on beautiful and landmarked Congress Street in prestigious Cobble Hill. Close to fabulous restaurants, shopping, and parks, this home is convenient to both Manhattan and other parts of Brooklyn. Only three years old, this house combines the best of old and new: the facade is in keeping with the 19th century houses that surround it, but inside there are all of the conveniences of new plumbing, wiring, insulation, soundproofing, central AC and modern heating. Oversized casement windows allow light to stream into each room of the house. There are four outdoor spaces to utilize: a deck off the kitchen, a patio off the family room, and two terraces on the top floor, one intimate for a glass of wine, and another with spectacular views of the Harbor and Lower Manhattan. The eat-in kitchen has custom Italian cabinetry, top appliances, and Calcatta counters. The baths are finished in elegant and neutral stone and tile. The modern construction allows for versatility in the floor plan not found in many townhouses. One can have an abundance of large public spaces, or as many as six proper bedrooms. Why spend years involved in a stressful and expensive renovation when you can move right into a 25-foot-wide house built to exacting standards and in excellent taste? 120 Congress Street offers both instant gratification and a home for many generations.
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